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Research on breast cancer stem cells supported by UMH Supercomputing Cluster

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New works relative to explore the LSD1 inhibitor iadademstat (ORY-1001) effects on breast cancer stem cells have been supported by the UMH Supercomputing Cluster (Castleblack). It is a new paper published in which is collected computing work done in the cluster of the UMH. SOX2 is a core pluripotency-associated transcription factor causally related to cancer […]

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Research to enhance antitumor immunity supported by UMH Supercomputing Cluster

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New works relative to explore the PD-L1-targeted effects of mechanistically diverse metabolism-targeting drugs have been supported by the UMH Supercomputing Cluster (Castleblack). It is a new paper published in which is collected computing work done in the cluster of the UMH. Using biochemical assays, computer-aided docking/molecular dynamics simulations, and fluorescence microscopy, the authors of this […]

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New research in molecular dynamics supported by UMH Supercomputing Cluster

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New works relative to the contribution of the different compounds present in the LC extract on the AMPK activation capacity of the whole extract have been supported by the UMH Supercomputing Cluster (Castleblack). It is a new paper published in which is collected computing work done in the cluster of the UMH. Lippia citriodora (LC) […]

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El Clúster de Computación Científica amplia aun más su capacidad de cómputo

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El Clúster de Computación Científica de la Universidad Miguel Hernández de Elche acaba de incorporar un nuevo nodo de computación que permite ampliar aun más su capacidad de cómputo. El servidor Supermicro SYS-1029-TRT permitirá obtener mayor rendimiento en el Clúster y capacidad de cómputo, puesto que incorpora 1 GPU de última generación así como gran […]

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Research in molecular dynamics supported by UMH Supercomputing Cluster

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New works relative to the ability of oleacein, a biophenol secoiridoid naturally present in extra virgin olive oil (EVOO), to target lysine-specific histone demethylase 1A (LSD1) have been supported by the UMH Supercomputing Cluster (Castleblack). It is a new paper published in which is collected computing work done in the cluster of the UMH. Authors […]

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